For those tough to buy for people on the gift list, how about hot meals for 50 people? How about a composting toilet? Or how about 50 chicks?
These and other unique gifts are available in the name of those special some ones at the Annual North Shore Presbyterian Church (NSPC) Alternative Christmas Market. The public is invited to this free event on December 4th, starting at 11:30am.
Twelve social service groups will be on hand with a variety of charitable opportunities, including the Peace Learning Center, UNICEF and the Hunger Task force. There is a creative and impactful array of gifts and pricing options. Gift givers can bring Christmas joy to people here in Milwaukee or in places around the world.
The event includes a entertainment and a light lunch. The Alternative Christmas Market will take place in the NSPC Main Hall, 4048 N. Bartlett Ave. in Shorewood, one block north of Capitol and one block west of Oakland Ave.
For more information, please call the church at 414-332-8130.
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